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Guidance for pedagogical frameworks

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on March 4, 2010 at 4:44:58 pm

CSAP OER Twitter HubThis page will signpost any relevant documents/ discussions etc. related to the discussion on pedagogic frameworks - the conversations are fascinating, we just want those who join in a bit later to be able to easily find their way! As always, feel free to amend/add to the structure.


Pedagogical frameworks

This page outlines propositions about the framework for the use and re-use of open educational resources. See also comments in the post and in the comments section for further discussion on the topic.  Please note that Angels' comment leads to a new page, I am not 100% sure if there is a way to insert links into the comments section, so just alerting you to that!


Pedagogical Frameworks 2

This page includes an overview of pedagogical frameworks which could be useful for the project. See also comments for further discussion on the topic.


Models of learning

This page includes an overview of models, characteristics and principles of learning (taken from Goodyear and Jones, 2004). It stems from the discussion on the "pedagogical frameworks" page.


Dissolving and Creating - Responses to Pedagogical Frameworks

Angels' response to discussions on pedagogic frameworks above.



Why Goodyear and Jones should not have started with 'philosophy'

Sorry if I have outstayed my welcome on this topic-- Dave


Useful links/ resources [a separate page to be created soon]

JISC-based resources: JISC e-Learning Models Desk Study

1. Project specific glossary

2. Review of e-learning theories, frameworks and models

3. Mapping theory to practice

4. Design for learning


Hopefully more to come!


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